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    Fun Floor Touch Mats Toddlers love to explore different surfaces and touch them with their hands. Here's a great way for them to do that on the floor. Take a piece of tinfoil and tape it to the floor. Let your toddler touch it, step on it, hit it with a wooden spoon! Then put just a teaspoon of water in a ziploc baggie and tape that to the floor next to the tinfoil. Then take a baby washcloth and tape that to the floor. Let your toddler explore all the different textures with her hands or feet!

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